- About us
The team at Panama Fertility are not only Doctors, Nurses and Embryologists but also fathers and mothers. We are a family run clinic and understand the importance of parenthood and all that it entails. Every single member of our team is passionate about the science of assisted reproduction. We invest heavily in our equipment, techniques, training, staff development and most importantly we invest emotionally in YOUR fertility journey.
Your fertility specialist and IVF coordinator will be honest and truthful with you from our first conversation. Your treatment with us is an ongoing conversation, we make decisions together. Something that a lot of clinics won’t tell you is that there is no guarantee that IVF is going to work.
From your first consultation with one of our medical doctors, we take our time in getting your full medical history. We need a clear picture of you and your partner to determine the best treatment plan. Our goal is to achieve a pregnancy on your first round of IVF. But sometimes IVF isn’t successful on the first attempt. We understand how devastating that is for you as the patient. For us as scientists, a failed IVF cycles is actually a really useful diagnostic tool and that helps us to tweak your treatment plan in the hope that the next cycle is when your infertility journey ends.
We also know from research that some couples are going to need a few IVF cycles until we can the balance right. For that reason, we have developed the Panamama 100 Club. Whilst we can’t guarantee IVF is going to work, what we can guarantee is that we will refund 100% of your fee if after 4 cycles you have not achieved a pregnancy.
Opting into this program means the individual IVF cycle cost is reduced to only $3600. The fee for this program is $14,400, which is less than you could pay for one cycle at home in the USA. Your fertility specialist will advise you honestly as to whether or not they think this is the best route for you to take or whether we are confident that you can achieve a pregnancy in just one or two cycles.
As you will see from the graph below, how great the chances of live birth increase with the more cycles you have. This is because each failed cycle is used to improve your individualised treatment regime.